Create a BOO Kit This Halloween

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 Around 12 years ago, my family received a knock at our door. When we opened the door we saw a cute ghost attached to our door and 3 cute little Halloween treat bags that had my kid’s name on them. We had been BOO’d! This was the first time we had been BOO’d and had never even heard of it until that night. If you have not heard of what being BOO’d is, it is a fun way to spread the spirit of Halloween by creating someone such as a neighbor, friend or teacher a Halloween BOO Kit along with a BOO It Forward instructional note. Since that day 12 years ago, my family has carried on this tradition and will continue to carry it on for many years to come. The other day my girls asked me if we could create a BOO Kit this Halloween for their teachers. Since my girls have some amazing teachers that deserve to be recognized I said, ‘Yes!’.

Create a BOO Kit This Halloween

Before you create a BOO Kit this Halloween you want to make a list of what you want to include in it. Since we are making our BOO Kits for my girl’s teachers, I wanted to add more items than normal. After our BOO supply list was made, I gathered up my girls and we drove to Walmart. This was the fun part! We knew that we wanted to buy a lot of chocolate, some refreshing drinks, school supplies and a cute bag to deliver it in. Our first stop was in the Halloween candy aisle. There was so much candy to choose from, but we decided to purchase a bag of Chocolate Mix Fun Size that includes M&M’s®, SNICKERS® and TWIX®. We also decided to stop by the soda aisle and include cans of Canada Dry and Sunkist®. The girls noticed how fun these cans looked so they insisted on including them. We also grabbed some other fun items and while we were there we decided to make the teachers a fun Halloween treat.

Create a BOO Kit at Walmart

Before we started to assemble the BOO Kit I wanted to make my girl’s teachers some Chocolate Covered Monster Candy Pretzels. These are simple and fun to make. My Chocolate Covered Monster Candy Pretzels use only 4 simple ingredients that include pretzels, chocolate chips, candy eyeballs, and small bite size pieces of M&M’s®, SNICKERS® and TWIX®. In addition, they take less than 10 minutes to make.

Monster Pretzel Supplies

Before you start, you will want to make sure that you have all of your supplies ready. Once the chocolate is melted you have to prepare the pretzels quickly so you should cut the SNICKERS® and TWIX® into small pieces so that the chocolate does not firm up. You will also want to line a pan with wax paper so that you can lay the chocolate dipped pretzels onto the paper immediately after dipping. Once the pretzels are dipped and decorated you will freeze them for 20 minutes.

MARS Chocolate Candy

Dip Pretzel

Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Covered Pretzels

Dipped Chocolate Covered Monster Pretzels

Chocolate Covered Monster Candy Pretzels


  • Full Size Pretzels
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Candy Eyeballs
  • Bag of Chocolate Mix Fun Size (M&M's®, SNICKERS®, TWIX®)- cut into small pieces
  • Non Stick Spray
  • Wax Paper


  1. Lay out wax paper onto a cookie sheet or tray
  2. Spray a bowl with non stick spray
  3. Microwave 1 cup of chocolate chips (you may need more later depending on how many pretzels you make)
  4. Dip a pretzel into the warm chocolate and lay onto the wax paper
  5. Add 1-2 eyeballs onto the pretzel
  6. Add a variety of the cut up chocolate bars onto the pretzel
  7. Freeze for 20 minutes or until chocolate has molded firmly onto pretzel
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 You Have Been BOO'd

Whether or not you have kids, putting together a BOO Kit is so much fun. My girls loved putting together a kit for their teachers and they are already talking about who we will BOO next year. Right now you can enter to win a $1,000 Walmart eGift Card! Imagine how many friends you can BOO with that amount of money!


Take a look at these amazing BOO Kit ideas and print a free BOO’ing card and sign to make your experience easier and right now you can save $1.00 on TWO (2) 2L or 6pk 8oz cans of any flavor Sunkist® Soda, 7UP®, Canada Dry®, A&W®, Squirt®, or Sun Drop®.  Have you been BOO’d before? Who will you BOO this year?


  1. Those monster chocolate covered pretzels are so cute. I pinned the recipe so I remember to make it. 🙂

  2. Such a cute idea that anyone would love so much. I would love having one such boo-kit during this Halloween to send it to the loved ones near by & my kids are going to be super excited with this.

  3. This is a great idea! We may try that this year!

  4. Such a fun ideas for the halloween season. Those scary pretzels are awesome.

  5. I have never heard of this before. It is such a cute idea. I may do this for my kids teachers.

  6. What a fun idea! Especially for people who may not be able to get out or if they are new to the neighborhood.

  7. We have having a Halloween party and I think these would be a perfect addition to the food! YUMM!!!!

  8. This is such a fun and creative way to prepare for Halloween. I always enjoy this time of the year with the kids.

  9. Such a cute idea! And now I’m starving! Haha

  10. This is a great idea. The pretzels dipped in chocolate then sprinkled with candy look so delicious i can not wait to make some. My kids are going to love it.

  11. What a great idea! I want to make a Boo Kit, too. My kids will be so thrilled with this.

  12. I love this idea! I would have to give them away immediately or I’d be eating them all up myself!

  13. I love the whole idea of a book kit. Wish I would have done that for my kids when they were young. I bet my 92 year old Dad would like something like this too. It would really make his day.

  14. This is such a fun idea! Now I really want to make a Boo Kit and Boo it Forward to someone!

  15. Wow love this! I would love to do this for my kiddos, this all looks pretty fantastic and I’m sure it would make my kids day!

  16. I’d love to make some Boo Kits. Those pretzels sound amazing too. I love the creepy eyes!

  17. I’ve never heard of a boo kit. Cute idea. My daughter would love the pink pumpkin.

  18. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says

    What a dun idea. I want someone to bring me a boo kit.

  19. Thanks to websites like yours I can easily find great craft ideas! I’m not good at coming up with these ideas at all. Great post!

  20. This is such a cute idea! The gift of giving is an amazing thing! Thank you for sharing.


  21. This is so cute. I need to do this for my neigbhors. Great idea!

  22. So much fun! I love how cute those pretzels look! [client]

  23. I love this idea! It would be fun to have a friends night and hand out little boo kits to everyone. Your Chocolate Covered Monster Candy Pretzels sound super delicious!

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